|Item Weight||24.4 pounds|
|Package Dimensions||48.6 x 5.5 x 3.9 inches|
|California residents||Click here for Proposition 65 warning|
|Item model number||56021|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Warranty Description||Lifetime Residential Warranty|
Pergo 056021 Elegant Expressions Laminate Flooring, 4.9-Inch by 48.5-Inch Plank Size with 13.10 Total Square Feet per Carton, Jatoba
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- Includes 2mm Premium attached underlayment
- Extra thick 10mm HDF core (High Density Fiberboard)
- 5 inch narrow strip format with micro-beveled edges
- AccuWood texture for realistic wood look and feel; ScratchGard Advanced technology for superior scratch, stain and fade protection
- Lifetime Limited Residential Warranty
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Pergo Elegant Expressions ultra premium laminate flooring features AccuWood multi-dimensional authentic wood grain finish for optimum realism. Elegant Expressions features a glueless click installation method with a premium 2mm attached cushion that is fast and easy to install. A superior surface protection is built into Elegant Expressions delivering greater scratch and scuff resistance. The high density 10-mm core ensures premium performance. Every box includes complete installation instructions. Elegant Expressions is a "floating" floor" and is not glued to the subfloor. The glueless "click" installation system snaps together for ease of installation. Elegant Expressions laminate flooring can be cut using conventional wood working tools. Pergo Elegant Expressions is a "Worry Free" flooring backed by a non pro-rated Lifetime Warranty for the original purchaser. Elegant Expressions provides a stylish touch to your home. There's fine, there's premium and then there's Elegant Expressions.
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I placed this over 3/4 in. smooth plywood that was screwed down over OSB.(oriented strand board)with a moisture barrier between the two types of wood.
Tip: I found the hallways the hardest and most time consuming tasks so I would start there first if I ever do this again. That way, the other rooms that the floor flows into will have no pieces of wood that you will need to cut down to "make it fit" in the transition way. Buy the necessary tools to work with which should include a dead blow hammer and most importantly a cushioned metal bar that you use to hammer the wood into place. Hammer force should be only enough to butt them together FULLY but no more than that. And spacers help you keep the floor started out to end up "square" to the opposite wall. If you hammer too hard, the end edges can bow slightly so that when walking with socks, you might possibly feel an end piece rise up just a tad.
Results: The floor turned out beautiful. I have cats with claws and this floor is guaranteed to never scratch for the lifetime of the floor. I can tell you that the cats have not scratched it one bit even though they immediately began running and skidding and doing take offs with feet spinning underneath them.
Some caveats: This floor is durable. However, this is how you can damage it. By dropping something sharp on it like a screw driver or using a pneumatic nail gun (to pin the wall moldings to the wall. Ask me how I know that !!) But you can drop heavy items on it and it doesn't dent it or crack it or otherwise damage it. Only sharp heavy objects seem to do the damage. I had a large picture fall flat on the floor from nearly 6 feet and it did not do ANY damage at all to the floor below it. I can't say the same for my nerves when I first heard the crash.
Very happy with the floor. Would do it over again. When you get to the open spaces to the rooms, the job goes very quickly. It took about 2 days per room AFTER I GOT THE HANG OF IT.
In retrospect before you start in the hallways it may benefit you to do a closet or two first. If you make a mistake, it doesn't cost you very much to do a redo. By the time you make it to the den or living room, you will certainly have a lot more "know how" and no OBVIOUS flaws will be noticeable. Hope this helps. Good luck.